Please join us for the next Beethoven and Beyond concerts on March 8 and May 24 at 2 PM.
No tickets will be distributed for these events. Just come to St. Paul's the day of the event. Doors open at 1:30 PM.
Admission by Donation (Suggested Donation - Seniors/Student $15 / Adults $20)
St. Paul's Church is wheelchair accessible.
|March 8 @ 2 PM Program
||May 24, 2020 @ 2 PM Program
- Mozart Horn Quintet, K. 407
- Haydn Quartet in G Major, Op.77 No.1
- Beethoven Quartet, No. 7 in F major, Op. 59 No.1
- Beethoven Horn Sonata, Op. 17
- Beethoven Kreutzer Sonata, Op. 47
- Beethoven Quartet, Op. 131
- Isabelle Roland grew up dividing her time between Paris and Vancouver. A Cleveland Institute graduate, this versatile musician helped found the Savitri Quartet and has recorded for CBC Radio. Currently serving as Lions Gate Sinfonia principal violist and assistant principal viola of Vancouver Opera, she is head of the Viola Department at the Vancouver Academy of Music. (March 8)
- Steve Denroche, former member of the CBC Radio Orchestra, has played with the Vancouver Opera Orchestra since 1980. As a teen, Steve fell in love with playing the horn and has since toured with the Turning Point Ensemble, played musicals across Canada, recorded for the 2010 Olympics, and performed on both baroque and natural horn. (March 8 & May 24 )
- Nancy DiNovo has performed in the world’s major concert halls on three continents as a former member of the St. Louis, Toronto and Boston Symphony Orchestras. She has premiered Canadian works written especially for her, toured with the Octagon Ensemble and Camerata, and was the founding concertmaster of Tafelmusik. Nancy is the Artistic Director of Beethoven and Beyond. (March 8 & May 24 )
- Andrea Siradze studied in Vancouver and then in Germany where contemporary music was the focus of her 5-year stay. Member of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra, Microcosmos Quartet, and Lions Gate Sinfonia concertmaster, Andrea’s loves include spending time with her family, the wondrous West Coast outdoors, and surrounding herself with people who enjoy making music. (March 8 & May 24 )
- Cellist Brian Mix has performed with the VSO, the CBC Radio Orchestra, Vancouver Opera, and the Victoria Symphony. As a chamber musician, Brian has toured Taiwan and the eastern USA, and played in the Pacific Rim String Quartet for several years. Alongside his music career, Brian is also a lawyer. (March 8 & May 24 )
- VSO Associate Principal violist Andrew Brown has performed throughout North America, Korea, China and Japan and enjoys an eclectic musical career that has ranged from intimate chamber music performances to rock and roll at the Coliseum with members of Led Zeppelin. An avid chamber musician, Andrew has worked with the Vetta Quartet, Curio, and Trio Accord. (May 24 )
- Pianist Monica Pfau has performed throughout Canada, the USA and Europe. As resident pianist at the Banff School of the Arts, she collaborated with Janos Starker and the Fine Arts Quartet. Winner of numerous solo and chamber music competitions, Monica received a scholarship to Munich's Hochschule für Musik. She has recorded for the National Film Board of Canada and CBC Radio. (May 24)